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Holocene $^{14}C$ production rate and solar activity

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 March 2005

D.M. Volobuev
Affiliation:
Central astronomical observatory at Pulkovo of RAS, St.-Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: nag@gao.spb.ru
Yu.A. Nagovitsyn
Affiliation:
Central astronomical observatory at Pulkovo of RAS, St.-Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: nag@gao.spb.ru
H. Jungner
Affiliation:
Helsinki university, Helsinki, Finland, e-mail: hogne.jungner@helsinki.fi
M.G. Ogurtsov
Affiliation:
Ioffe Institute, St.-Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: maxim.ogurtsov@mail.ioffe.ru
V.G. Ivanov
Affiliation:
Central astronomical observatory at Pulkovo of RAS, St.-Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: nag@gao.spb.ru
E.V. Miletsky
Affiliation:
Central astronomical observatory at Pulkovo of RAS, St.-Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: nag@gao.spb.ru
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Abstract

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We have used most recent archaeomagnetic and ice core $CO_2$ records for the long-term trend correction in global tree ring radiocarbon concentration ($\Delta^{14}C$). The short-term $CO_2$ exchange system was approximated via first order differential equation with frequency dependent coefficients. A generalized multi-scale box model was constructed and used for the reservoir effect correction.To search for other articles by the author(s) go to: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abstract_service.html

Type
Contributed Papers
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© 2004 International Astronomical Union